‘The City Never Sleeps’ is a film I shot on a BlackMagic 4k Pocket Camera I borrowed from my uni. The voice over covers ideas of isolation within the city- this follows on from my last project ‘1:01’ which covers isolation within uni halls. I mixed the cold visuals of an accommodation block- the opening and closing of lift doors and the coldness of corridors- with the warmness of my own uni room. Unlike my last project, I show my own personal space as comforting rather than isolating. However, I also blend the cold with the warm, showing my flatmates Harrison and Morgan as the warmth brought into a once cold and isolating space. This further explores the ideas I was exploring in the summer with my series ‘Faces, Places, Traces’ in which I looked at how we form connection via how we occupy space.